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  • Education
    St Paul's College Raise £10,000 for Children's HospiceSt Paul's College Raise £10,000 for Children's Hospice

    St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury over the last year has been raising funds for its nominated charity, Shooting Star Chase Hospice for Children. On Friday 7 October the Headteacher, James McNulty and Deputy Headteacher, Louisa Davies, toget...

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  • Education
    St Benedict's Student Wins European Youth Debating Competition

    A sixth form student from St Benedict’s School, Ealing, has won the final of the European Youth Debating Competition, held in Budapest on 4 October. Caroline Gakpetor defeated competitors from nine other European countries, including Germany, Sp...

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  • Education
    Sir Michael Wilshaw Praises Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust

    Following an inspection of the seven highest performing multi academy trusts (MATs) in the country, among them the Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust (DOWAT), Sir Michael Wilshaw praised their work of ‘raising standards and providing a high-qu...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal Vincent Reaffirms Church's Commitment to Combating Modern Slavery

    In an address given at a service to commemorate the work of William Wilberforce and to inaugurate the office of the Anti-slavery Commissioner at Westminster Abbey on 12 October, Cardinal Vincent reaffirmed the Church's commitment to combating mode...

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  • Education
    130 Years at St Paul's Catholic Primary School

    On Thursday 13 October, St Paul’s Catholic Primary School celebrated 130 years of Catholic education in Wood Green with a thanksgiving Mass celebrated by Cardinal Vincent in the parish church. Among the concelebrants was Canon Vincent Berry, who...

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  • Main News
    Bishops Lead Pilgrimage of Mercy to St Albans

    On Saturday, 8 October, Bishop John Sherrington and Paul McAleenan led a pilgrimage of mercy to St Albans, in honour of the proto-martyr of England who is also a patron saint of the diocese. The ecumenical pilgrimage was a sign of the shared witne...

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  • Education
    New School for Golders Green

    St Anthony’s School for Girls, the new independent Catholic school located at Ivy House, Golders Green, welcomed founding parents, governors, and other guests on the evening of 12 October to celebrate its official opening. Laura Martin, head te...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal Vincent Prays for Victims of Hurricane Matthew

    Following the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew, Cardinal Vincent has written to Jean Robert Pillard, the Chargé d'Affaires for Haiti, to express condolences and offer prayers for the victims. In his letter, sent 11 October 2016, he writes:...

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    Hammersmith Centenary: Ever Ancient, Ever New

    The parish of St Augustine’s, Hammersmith, celebrated their centenary on 9 October with Mass presided by the Augustinian Cardinal Prospero Grech followed by a party. In 1902, Cardinal Vaughan asked the Augustinian Friars to fill a missionary ga...

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  • Education
    Holy Rood School Celebrates 120 Years of Catholic Education

    On 22 September, Holy Rood Catholic Primary School in Watford celebrated 120 years of Catholic education. The school first opened its doors in September 1896 and was at that time, the only Catholic primary school in South Hertfordshire. The pupils...

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